A new job, a new season?

Last season was a transition season: a new car that I had to learn. It was a pleasure to get to know the car. It was a joy to drive and much easier to drive on the limit than the old RF82. The winter was spend to get my engine rejuvenated by Bernard Baxter. Still busy in adapting my old Koni's to fit on the RF88. I am very anxious to learn what these will do to handling. They did a lot for my old car.

After a very uncertain period and a very frustrating period as Webmaster of the CFFC, Harald pulled the plug. Luckily Frank Richter has taken up the gantlet and continues with a new series FFC that will take over where CFFC has left. On the one hand I am grateful to Harald for all the work he has done over the years but the way he has acted this season make me realise that the series was more a success despite Harald than thanks to Harald. I hope that this transition year will be the start of something great.

Next to the new FFC series I will drive one race with the French Formule Ford Kent at the Grand Prix de l'Age d'Or in Dijon. At the end of the year I will try to run at the Walter Hayes Trophy.